Why is Wisconsin Governor Scott “Hosni Mubarak” Walkerplan to curtail collective bargaining abilities stripping public workers of their collective bargaining rights? Gov. “Mubarak” proposal contains provisions to fill the state’s $137 million deficit fixing a projected $3.6 billion shortfall in the 2011-13 budgets. The flashpoint is language that would strip almost all public sector workers of their right to collectively bargain benefits and work conditions. The budget is not the sole reason to dismantle Wisconsin’s unions.
Gov. “Mubarak” Walkeris leading a communist attacking on workers’ rights to oust union support for benefits that provide workers’ contributions topensions and health care funds, better working conditions, better pay. Much the same way former Egyptian leader led.
Unions bargains with the employer on behalf of union members and negotiates labor contracts with employers, the negotiation of wages, work rules, complaint procedures, rules governing hiring, firing and promotion of workers, benefits, workplace safety and policies. The purpose of the union is to maintain or improve the conditions of their employment. So what is Gov. “Mubarak” Walker missing here?
The governor has a hidden political agenda to completely wash the states hands of worker support by campaigning lobbying legislation to promote unfavorable interests of union members and workers for lower wages full political control at a cost to save millions for special interest for state government to outsourcing labor for cheap wages and shady working conditions making it less efficient to perform labor-intensive work to reduce the state budget deficit.
Gov. Scott “Hosni Mubarak” Walker goal to show less union produces less wages at the expense of fewer jobs as wages will tend to decline enabling ineffective policies on racism and sexism among public sector employees such as teachers and police by attempting to violate contract provisions denying human rights health care and wage campaigns.
Tens of thousands of people have jammed the state Capitol to protest because Wisconsin has become the poster child in a national debate over pay and benefits for unionized public workers overburdening the taxpayers. Gov. “Mubarak” Walker is pushing a budget bill that calls for reduced pay, cuts to pension and health plans, and an end to collective bargaining rights for public workers. Similar measures are popping up in other states.
Unions are currently advocating new federal legislation that would allow more union representation by simply signing a support card. The current process established by federal law requires at least “30% of employees to sign cards for the union, then wait 45 to 90 days for a federal official to conduct a secret ballot election in which a simple majority of the employees must vote for the union in order to obligate the employer to bargain. Unions report that, under the present system, many state legislators and employers use the 45 to 90 day period to conduct anti-union campaigns.”
During the 2008 elections, the Employee “Free Choice Act” had widespread support of many legislators in both the House and Senate, and from the Bush administration. Since then, support for the provisions of the EFCA subsided substantially. No word from President Barak Obama whose home state of Illinois, one of the biggest and strongest union states in the country.
The governor has said that if the bill does not pass, the state will miss a deadline to refinance $165 million of debt and will be forced to start issuing layoff. Gov. Scott “Hosni Mubarak” Walker start to decentralize the states union.